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Artist composes music from bird droppings

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A new project has turned something as mundane as bird droppings in to a musical work of art.

A piece of music that was composed by waiting for bird droppings to fall onto giant sheets of manuscript paper has received its premiere.

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I think this was posted a few months back? I might be wrong I'm sure I read this before and everyone laughed at it etc. lol

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Very clever.If they come in my garden they will find enough pooo for an orchestra

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I guess creative, artistic expression has no boundaries(nor should it, I suppose)

But I would be careful... can't one, maybe, get some weird disease from wild bird poop?

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What a crappy artist.

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The music probably sounds really crappy too.

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can we hear the music?

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Who's to say the composer wasn't white as a sheet!

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No Doubt They play a massive part in the ecosystem of the city through their droppings.

Kyle Leon Scam

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birds play an electric guitar....

BEST - Ron

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